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By Anonymous LACROSSE, Ind. (AP) - A Kansas company that's considering building two wind farms in northwest Indiana will erect a wind- monitoring tower in LaPorte County within the next month.
By Miller, Chris State energy officials have approved a plan that would make Gilliam and Morrow counties in northeastern Oregon home to the world's largest wind farm.
By David Wilcock The South West will miss its renewable energy targets unless there is a "massive" and speedy change in the attitude of the Government and councils, according to a new report.
Iberdrola's UK-based subsidiary ScottishPower has created a plan to liquefy CO2 emissions and store it in a rock formation beneath the North Sea, The Times has reported.
HOUSTON, Sept. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Babcock & Brown, a leader in wind energy development, operation and maintenance, today announced the closing of financing and commencement of construction of its 79.5 megawatt (MW) Majestic Wind Farm near Panhandle, Texas, northeast of Amarillo.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/1367ce/analyzing_wind_pow) has announced the addition of the "Analyzing Wind Power in New Zealand" report to their offering.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fbff9f/analyzing_green_el) has announced the addition of the "Analyzing Green Electricity in Australia" report to their offering.
Green Star Alternative Energy has announced the development of a new wind energy project in Serbia. The 20MW Belo Blato wind farm will be the initial phase of a 300MW development plan.
By Sion Barry A DUTCH renewable energy venture has revealed plans for a wind farm development in Pembroke shire.
Australia-based AGL Energy has sold its 71MW Hallett-2 wind farm to the Energy Infrastructure Trust managed by ANZ Infrastructure Services in a transaction that will see AGL retain all renewable energy certificates, electricity output and asset naming rights until 2035.
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